Can skeletons talk? – Ventriloquist Methods

Yes. But they do not talk in the same way as they would if they were living. Their skulls are still rigid. But every time their brains have been scanned and studied by the world’s leading scientists, these skeletons have spoken, using words that do not come from the same language as the skeletons’ brains.

Can you get a skull talking?

There are several methods for performing surgery with the skull, some which are more advanced than others. The simplest methods use a special device which vibrates to stimulate the soft muscles in the skull. This is most commonly an electric current being passed through the skull. An electrical impulse is passed to the muscles of the skull to cause an oscillation by which the muscles contract. The brain will respond.

Can you implant a “talking” skull?

This is a tricky question. The most effective skull surgery is surgical resection of the entire skull. If you want to alter the volume of your skull, there is a procedure called “pneumatic” which involves the insertion and removal of a fluid filled cap. An incision is cut down the center of the skull. A small hole is drilled into the skull through which some of the air is breathed into the skull. This air is replaced with the air which fills the air bladder. This fills a void which is slowly filled by air and carbon dioxide. The pressure on the brain rises, causing it to vibrate. The skull is then resorbed.

Can you implant a “talking” skull in myself?

The following procedure was performed by Dr Toht at the Memorial Sloan Kettering University Brain Bank: A hole is made in the skull by an incision in the side of the head. The hole is made so that the air is inhaled. Once the air is inhaled, there is some pressure on the brain from the fluid and air in which it is placed. This pressure is increased by filling the air bladder by passing a tube through the skull cavity. The air then fills the air void. There are three sets of holes that will allow the brain to move to any position within the skull. For example, the eye sockets will be in the upper left corner. When the brain moves and the brain becomes more mobile, the eye sockets will move down towards the right, and vice versa. As a result, the brain is able to move to the left. This is called asymmetrical brain movement.

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